Pictured from left to right: Sarah Gallegos, Rob Valenzuela, Ann Hendrickson, Laura Valenzuela, Scott Bruner, Maggie Tidaback
The Town of Chino Valley Economic Development Project Coordinator, Maggie Tidaback and Community Services Director, Scott Bruner were proud to stand alongside Insurgent Brewing Co. owners Rob and Laura Valenzuela today as they presented Ann Hendrickson, President of Yavapai Trails Association with a check representing a portion of the proceeds from the sale of their Peavine Trail Ale.
Insurgent Brewing Co. currently offers 17 beers on tap and one hard seltzer. The owners often connect to their community and its amenities by crafting special brews such as the Pronghorn Pale Ale that celebrates the iconic creature that roams Chino Valley’s prairies and adorns the Town’s seal. They created the Peavine Trail Ale to promote the trail that runs north and south through town offering biking, hiking and other non-motorized activities. They invite locals and visitors to support the trail improvements and expansions, enjoy a trek along its open spaces and amazing vistas, then stop by their brew house for some incredible food and drink.
Insurgent Brewing Co., Chino Valley’s first and only craft brewery, is a family owned and operated business. Owners Rob and Laura Valenzuela opened Insurgent Brewing Co. in June of 2016. As things got busier after two years, they brought in their daughter Sarah and son-in-law Vini to help run the business. With their help, the Brewery has continued to grow for the last 5 years.
To learn more about Insurgent Brewing Co visit their website at www.insurgentbrewingco.com.
To learn more about the Peavine Trail in Chino Valley visit our website at Peavine Trail Chino Valley | Chino Valley, AZ – Official Website (chinoaz.net)
To support the efforts of Yavapai Trails Association, visit their website at www.yavapai-trails.or